Ketamine for CRPS

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Can Ketamine Provide Relief for Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome? Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) is a multi-faceted and often misunderstood chronic pain condition that can significantly impact the lives of those affected. Ketamine for CRPS is a newer form of treatment that can offer rapid relief without the side effects and abuse potential of traditional […]

Ketamine for Chronic Pain

person with Chronic Pain

In general, chronic pain is defined as pain lasting three months or longer. This may not sound like a long time, but twelve weeks or more of even moderate pain can have a significant impact on mental health. Low-dose ketamine is an up-and-coming treatment that may help alleviate symptoms of chronic pain that has been […]

ADHD in Adults: What Is It and What Happens When It Goes Untreated?

ADHD in Adults What Is It and What Happens When It Goes Untreated - Crane Center

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is one of the most common neurodevelopmental disorders among children.  As of 2016, the CDC estimates that there are 6.1 million children between the ages of two and 17 with ADHD in the United States. While it is more common in children, ADHD is also present in millions of American […]

Ketamine As A Treatment for Chronic Pain

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Pain and depression often go hand-in-hand. It may not be surprising, then, to learn that a certain drug could be useful in treating both conditions. Ketamine, for example, has been well-established as a treatment for Major Depressive Disorder. More recently, this drug has been researched as a means of treating certain chronic pain conditions. How […]

The Link Between Chronic Pain and Depression

How to Cope Up with Chronic Pain and Depression - Crane Center, LLC

What Is Chronic Pain? In the medical community, time markers are often used to assist in the diagnosis of chronic pain. Many physicians, for example, consider pain to be “chronic” when it is present for more than 3 months. However, there is some debate as to the usefulness of these markers, as they tend to […]